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Date Range
1982 2016


This report describes the hydrologic and hydraulic analysis. Development in the lower end of the watershed has occurred without knowledge of the floodplain's characteristics.

Contributors
Collins-Pina Consulting Engineers, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation and Flood Control District, Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.)
Created Date
1992-08

By establishing the District, the Arizona State Legislature created an entity charged with keeping county residents safe from flood hazards and established an independent funding source for essential projects. The District is a municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Arizona. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors doubles as the District's Board of Directors and receives counsel from the Flood Control Advisory Board comprised of county citizens.

Contributors
Flood Control District of Maricopa County
Created Date
2002/2015

The Floodplain Management Act of 1973 authorized Arizona counties to adopt rules and regulations concerning management of floodplain areas. The Pima County Board of Supervisors, which sits as the Pima County Flood Control District Board of Directors, organized the Pima County Flood Control District on June 5, 1978. The District is responsible for floodplain management activities for unincorporated areas in Pima County (with the exception of national forests, parks, monuments, and Indian Nations) and for the City of South Tucson.

Contributors
Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.), Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation and Flood Control District
Created Date
1998/2016

This study is intended to assess flood risk, and identify flood hazards based on those risks, for the Beaver Dam area from the Beaver Dam Wash. The hydrologic and hydraulic results are intended for risk assessment and emergency management purposes only. The results of this study should not be considered as “best available technical information” for floodplain management purposes.”

Contributors
Arid Hydrology & Hydraulics, Mohave County Flood Control District
Created Date
2007-12-06

The purpose of the Flood Response Plan is to reduce the potential for property damage and loss of life resulting from floods on the Beaver Dam Wash at the community of Beaver Dam. This report is intentionally short and concise to make it easily usable during a flood emergency.

Contributors
Arid Hydrology & Hydraulics, Mohave County Flood Control District
Created Date
2009-01-11

The purpose of this report is to assist the Pima County Board of Supervisors in assessing whether the Black Wash area requires area-specific flood control policies.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation and Flood Control District, Pima County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors, Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.)
Created Date
1990-09-12

Originally, the purpose of the study was to obtain either a Letter of Map Revision or a Physical Map Revision from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Unfortunately, during the initial stages of the investigation, it became apparent that FEMA's guidelines for these types of map revisions could not be accommodated, primarily due to flow-distribution conflicts.

Contributors
Simons, Li & Associates, Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.)
Created Date
1996-09-06

This study was developed to identify the resources and applicable methodology for the delineation of primary flood corridors.

Contributors
Simons, Li & Associates, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation and Flood Control District, Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.)
Created Date
1999-06

The District's Coordinated, Comprehensive, Collaborative Flood Hazard Mitigation Partnering (C3FHMP) effort addressed Strategic Initiative No.3 of the Flood Control District of Maricopa County 2009 Comprehensive Plan: Increase Collaboration and Partnerships. The District initiated the process to determine how the funding and resources of other entities could be best applied to mitigate flood hazards in Maricopa County, or where mutual benefits would be realized.

Contributors
Flood Control District of Maricopa County
Created Date
2010

This Technical Data notebook has been prepared for a Letter of Map Revision application for a portion of the Camino De Oeste Wash located in Pima County, Arizona. The objective of the TDN and LOMR submission is provide regulatory discharge rates and floodplain limits along the Camino De Oeste Wash using better topographic, hydrologic, and hydraulic data.

Contributors
Canfield, Evan, Pima County Regional Flood Control District (Ariz.)
Created Date
2010-06-30